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St Georges Open Day 2 Preview

Results of Day One are here.

There are more quality names taking part today in the St Georges Open. Callum Wraight of Castlefields enjoyed a great run to the Semi Finals last season, and will look to make a good start to the year. Former homester Scott Harries of Bylet will hope green knowledge helps, with other top county bowlers Derek Wright of Wem USC, Castlefields’ Keith Wall and Adie Rowe and Andy Moss and Martin Lloyd of Chester Road there too. Shropshire young guns Rob Fuller from Bylet, Jamie King and Dan Taylor of Wrockwardine Wood and Sam Millward and Josh Bradburn of Newport hope youth can triumph over experience, as well as Martin Gaut. There are plenty of big names outside the county travelling there too, including the Sir John Bayley quartet of Paul Evans, Scott Simpson, Chris Ward and Gordon Hawkins. Ifton’s Leighton Roberts and Andy Hughes know how to win big competitions, as well as fellow top bowler Wayne Ditchfield who makes the long trip down from North Lancs & Fylde, along with other Northern players Matty Stewart, Mike Tunstall, Kev Shaw and Gareth Gwilliam. Top Midland bowlers Phil Clinton, Steve Freer, Dave East have all played or will play in the league before and take part.

Entrants playing Sunday 10th March

Steve Downes
John Gateley
Ira Collier
David Gwilliam
Chris Eccles
Adie Rowe
Bill Kinchin
Geraint Booth
Lewis Belcher
Craig Shore
Dave East
Phil Clinton
Callum Wraight
Chris Ward
Nigel Hughes
Andy Moss
Gavin Ratcliffe
Leighton Roberts
Paul Evans
Kevan Shaw
Chris Marshman
Steve Green
Scott Wood
Jamie King
Rob Fuller
Mike Tunstall
Sam Millward
Mandy Pagett
Steve Rhino Ellis
Martin Lloyd
Wayne Usher
David May
Martin Gaut
Wayne Ditchfield
Josh Bradburn
Cody Everitt
Dane Hopwood
Kaye Coulthard
Stu Gittings
Bill Harding
Ed Wallis
Andy Hughes
Derek Wright
Dan Taylor
Keith Wall
Tony Freeth
Paul Bayliss
Steve Freer
Andy Eccles
Gordon Hawkins
Matty Stewart
Gareth Gwilliam
Bob Whyatt
Tony Gateley
Ian Wassell
Craig Baugh
Scott Harries
Paul Latham
Wayne Jevons
John Crossley
Scott Simpson
Phil May.

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